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Targeted Threat Protection - Impersonation Protect is part of our Targeted Threat Protection suite. You must have another product from this suite (e.g. Targeted Threat Protection - Attachment Protect or Targeted Threat Protection - URL Protect) to use the Targeted Threat Protection - Impersonation Protect product. The increasing number of…
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user.x1Z7BFk3p5n
Is there a way to do some more granular blocking based on the server HELO being used? We're seeing spam come from for example: Received: from uucv.pisem.net (117.244.106.185 [117.244.106.185]) by... etc So the IP is in India and doesn't match the claimed relay of pisem.net. They're also spoofing a personal domain name of someone known to… (Show more)
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user.QvWVBTGLR0G
Back from Holiday and ITS FRIDAY!!!!! YAAAAY! and my leaving drinks!
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    user.QvWVBTGLR0G
    you go away for a few weeks and Bill Holmberg sneaks up behind you and steals rankings :) traitor thoughtyouweremyfriends
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    user.QQDOBEsNMvXG
    Wel well well... Got a nice package yesterday afternoon. A couple swag goodies and an AWESOME Mimecast hoodie with the Mimecast Legend logo on it!
    It's really quite good looking- I'll endeavor to get some pics up next week- Im off to play Santa Claus this weekend for kiddies portraits :)

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    user.oxriBaJeN4
    Mimecast for Outlook provides information regarding its status, as well as details regarding a connection issue or incident, by way of alerts. As well as the actual message, the view also displays the date and time of the alert. This page describes how users can these alerts.   To view the alerts: Click the Mimecast for Outlook system tray icon.…
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